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This past week marked 100 years since the Tulsa Race Massacre. On May 31, 1921, an armed mob attacked the Greenwood District of Tulsa, which was known as “Black Wall Street” because it was a renowned center of black entrepreneurs and business professionals.
Cherokee Nation Businesses is working on projects this year for language, art and historical site acquisitions.
Descendants of the freed Black people enslaved by Native American nations once owned much of the land under Tulsa.
The Cherokee Phoenix will honor seven more recipients during its third annual Seven Feathers Awards gala in December.
Oklahoma is No. 1 in the nation for death per capita of children left in hot vehicles.
As congressional delegate, Kimberly Teehee hopes to foster relationships for a better understanding of Native American history and issues.
When Rick Santorum, a former GOP Congressman from Pennsylvania, and a senior political commentator with CNN, asserted that the founders of the United States “birthed a nation from nothing,” he added to our nation’s false and shameful legacy of erasure of Native people.